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Endellion String Quartet

Haydn String Quartet, Op. 54 No. 1 in G major
Bartók String Quartet No. 5
Beethoven String Quartet, Op. 127 in E-flat major

The Op. 54 set suggests strongly that Haydn’s main focus when composing quartets had moved from the players to the audience (though this doesn’t make them any less fun to play!). Bartók’s fifth quartet ranges from the almost barbaric to some of the most yearningly beautiful music ever written. Op. 127 is the most lyrical of Beethoven’s late quartets containing a set of variations, which never fails to amaze with its breathtaking beauty and invention.

TICKETS: £27, £25 (OAP), £13 (reg. disabled), £6 (students, under 16s), half price (standard or OAP tickets only) available for restricted view seats, group discount: 20% off for groups of 10+. Available from Cambridge Live Tickets. Tel: 01223 357851;;

Wednesday, 16 November, 2016 - 19:30 to 21:45
Event location: 
7:30pm, West Road Concert Hall